FIH orders inquiry into Pakistani players' indecent behaviour
FIH orders inquiry into Pakistani players' indecent behaviour

Pakistani players shamelessly hurled obscene gestures towards Indian fans and media after their win over India but no action will be taken against them as their coach Shahnaz Sheikh has apologised to the FIH for the incident.

Media is responsible for terror attacks: Mehbooba Mufti

Peoples Democratic Party chief Mehbooba Mufti

Minister denies warning to arrest scribes for violating SOP

A West Bengal minister on Friday denied that the government has warned of arrest of media persons if they violate the restrictions on their movement in the state secretariat "Nabanna", which drew sharp reactions from the media persons.

Threat to freedom of expression a threat to media: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday urged the media to accept the challenges of threat to freedom of expression posed by certain quarters.

Mamata questions impartiality of a section of media

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Friday questioned the impartiality of a section of the media and said they saw only negativity in her government and were working in the interest of BJP.

Sena threatens to expose media which project it in bad ligh

Accusing media of being biased, Shiv Sena on Tuesday threatened to expose media organisations which mislead the people and make "irresponsible comments" on the saffron party.

My personal life no business of media: Smriti Irani

Reacting to the news of her meeting an astrologer, Smriti Irani said that her personal life is no business of the media and she is not bound to give explanations about her personal choices.

Katy Perry slams 'intrusive' Oz media in furious rant on Twitter
Katy Perry slams 'intrusive' Oz media in furious rant on Twitter

 Katy Perry recently took to Twitter to slam Australian media in a scathing social media post, where she warned them against publishing images of her at a famous Sydney nudist beach.

Sitharaman asks media to refrain from commodification of women

New Delhi; Criticising the way women are portrayed as a 'commodity' in the media, Union Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Saturday called for self-regulation and urged stakeholders to exercise freedom of choice with a certain sense of discretion.

Several media persons injured as Haryana Police target them near Rampal's ashram

Several media persons covering the stand-off and clash between the security forces and followers of controversial sect leader Rampal were injured on Tuesday as the police carried out an unprovoked attack on the journalists.

Avoid sensationalism while tracking govt decisions: Javadekar to media

 Media should guard against sensationalism while tracking issues related to government policies and decisions and maintain a 'lakshman rekha', Union Minister Prakash Javadekar today said.

In a free country media can take care of its freedom: Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore

In an independent country, media can can take care of its freedom and they keep monitoring on themselves, Union Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore said on Friday.

Don't use media to give suggestions to party: Congress to leaders

 With recent statements from the likes of P Chidambaram, Digvijay Singh and HR Bhardwaj leaving it red-faced, Congress today issued a gag order asking its leaders to "desist" from using the media to give suggestions to the party.

Karnataka minister under fire over faulting media for publicising rape stories
Karnataka minister under fire over faulting media for publicising rape stories

In an irresponsible remark, a Karnataka minister on Wednesday blamed the media for highlighting rape cases in Bengaluru.

Overall I see media has been fair: Sachin Tendulkar
Overall I see media has been fair: Sachin Tendulkar

On the occasion of the release of his autobiography, Playing It My Way, Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar on Wednesday hailed media for supporting him throughout his illustrious cricketing career.

Robert Vadra spat: Voice of media being challenged by power?

Many a times, the influential and powerful people of society have tried to silence the voice of media, the recent case being the Robert Vadra spat.

Robert Vadra spat: Voice of media being challenged by power? -Part 2

Many a times, the influential and powerful people of society have tried to silence the voice of media, the recent case being the Robert Vadra spat.

Why are Sonia, Rahul Gandhi silent on Robert Vadra issue?-Part 2

Why are Sonia and Rahul Gandhi silent on Robert Vadra's alleged land deals?

Why are Sonia, Rahul Gandhi silent on Robert Vadra issue?

Why are Sonia and Rahul Gandhi silent on Robert Vadra's alleged land deals?

Sensationalism is media's weakness: Javadekar

Falling prey to sensationalism is the biggest weakness of media, Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar said Tuesday.